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An intermediate or advanced conversational Spanish course will aim to give students a thorough grounding in Spanish grammar and common slang. If common verb forms have not been covered at basic level, an intermediate conversational course might cover: * 'ser' and 'estar' (which both mean 'to be', but are used in different contexts * 'tener' (to have or to hold) * 'hacer' (to do or make) * 'ir' (to go). An intermediate or advanced conversational Spanish course might cover past and future tenses. Such a course will also concentrate on reading and writing Spanish, as well as conversational Spanish.
|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|